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18. Jun 2020
Rijeka - Peek&Poke
Compuer Museum and Childhood MuseumRijeka - Peek&PokeBuilding Peek&PokePeek&Poke - Entrance
26. Apr 2020
Rijeka - Stendarac
Trg Rijecke rezolucije Square - StendaracStendarac - 1508Rijeka - Stendarac
25. Apr 2020
Rijeka
The Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral RijekaNatural History MuseumChurch of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Leaning TowerCity TowerSt. Vitus' CathedralPalace of JusticeTheatre Park (Kazalisni park)Church of Our Lady of Lourdes and the Capuchin Monastery
25. Apr 2020
Rijeka - Center
Vladimir Nazor ParkNatural History MuseumThe Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral RijekaPalace of JusticeCity TowerChurch of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Leaning TowerSt. Vitus' CathedralTheatre Park (Kazalisni park)
06. Jan 2020
Kanegra - Resort
Taverna LamaSport centre KanegraDirection sign - Pizzeria Disco Bar and Restaurant KanegraMain road through Resort KanegraMini golfView of the Piran Bay and SloveniaStreets with bungalowsRoad to the FKK camp (nudist camp) Kanegra
06. Jan 2020
Kanegra - Beach
Stairs to the beachSwanConcrete part of the beachBeach in KanegraPiran's BayBoatsConcrete part of the beach in KanegraBeach
23. Nov 2019
Kanegra
BeachFKK (nudist) BeachResortKanegra - FKK (nudist) CampFKK (nudist) Beach in KanegraRoad to the FKK camp (nudist camp) KanegraReceptionStreets with bungalows
30. Oct 2019
Katoro
Remains of Roman Villas (Sepomaia)Vela Draga BeachToboggan slidesChildren's playgroundCastle Sipar Sepomaia - Remains of Roman VillasBeach VolleyVela Draga Beach - PierSquirrel Park in Katoro
07. Oct 2019
Zagreb
Zagreb is the largest and the capital town of Croatia. It is home to about a quarter of Croatia's total population, which means nearly one million. It is the political, cultural, economic, scientific and administrative centre of the Republic of Croatia. Here is also the seat of the Croatian Government, Parliament and President. From the north, the city is protected from the cold winds by the Medvednica Mountain, while the Sava River and the vast plain opens it to other parts of the world. The town was built in the Middle Ages on two neighboring hills, which are Gradec, the present Upper Town and the Kaptol. The differences between them were finally eliminated in 1850, when the tw ...
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07. Oct 2019
Zagreb - Ban Jelacic Square
Ban Jelacic Square is located just below the hillside settlements of Gradec and Kaptol. It is the town's commercial heart ever since 1641. Most of the buildings around the square date from the 19th century, and display a variety of architectural styles. Ban Jelacic Square is situated at the centre of Zagreb's social life and the famous meeting points are on the west side of the square, where the statue of Ban Jelacic is. The statue of Ban Josip Jelacic is the work of the Austrian sculptor Anton Fernkorn. It faces south. When the statue was first put on the square in 1866, it was facing north into the direction of Hungary. In 1947 the statue was removed and in 1990 it was solemnly ...
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07. Oct 2019
Zagreb - Croatian national theatre
Zagreb is divided into Upper Town, Lower Town and wider center. In the Lower Town are located Ilica, the most famous street in Zagreb, Peter Preradovic Square, Masarykova Street, Marshal Tito Square, King Tomislav Square and Nikola Subic Zrinski Square. Today's Marshal Tito Square was formerly called University Square and Theater Square. The place houses the Croatian National Theater, a fountain named the Fountain of Life, which is the work of sculptor Ivan Mestrovic, and in the northern part is the University of Zagreb. As a unique cultural center, Marshal Tito Square is the last in a series of eight green squares that formed the architectural design of the city during the 19th ...
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07. Oct 2019
Zagreb - Mimara Museum
Zagreb has a rich cultural life. Around thirty theatres are active in the town, with occasional and regular programmes. Along with museums, a large number of galleries and many music, dance and theatre festivals all combine to make Zagreb a town of art. Zagreb museums store and display invaluable historical treasures. In addition to interesting artifacts to the history of the city, museums also feature art collections of artistic and historical value from around the world. Remains of the Neanderthal Krapina prehistoric man and the Zagreb mummy with the longest Etruscan script in the world are extremely rare. The Mimara Museum is located in the area of Lower Town, which extends fr ...
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07. Oct 2019
Zagreb - Oktogon (Passage)
Oktogon is the name of the passage in the building of the First Croatian Savings Bank, which is located in the Lower Zagreb's Town. That part of the city was mostly built in the first half of the 20th century. Ban Jelacic Square is a traditional center of Lower Town, where all the local people meet and socialize. The entire building of the First Bank was designed by plans of the Croatian architect Josip pl. Vancasa. The interior was modeled after other European cities passages. The first Zagreb covered pedestrian crossing has a central glass dome and stained glass windows. According to the scheme in J. E. Geist's Book, the Oktogon represents a type of passage with two entrances. ...
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07. Oct 2019
Zagreb - Railway station
Zagreb is a picturesque city with almost one million inhabitants, known for their hospitality. It is the capital and largest town in the Republic of Croatia. Zagreb is a cultural, economic, commercial, diplomatic, sports and political center. Zagreb Train Station (Glavni Kolodvor) is the main and largest railway station in the Republic of Croatia. It is located in the centre of Zagreb, opposite the King Tomislav Square Park and close to the main Zagreb attractions. The construction of the building began in 1890 and it was ceremonially opened in 1892 under the name State Station. The project for the construction of the railway station was made by the architect of Hungarian state r ...
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07. Oct 2019
Zagreb - Starcevic square
The city of Zagreb is divided into Lower Town, Upper Town and the wider center. In the area of the Lower Town is located Ilica, Petar Preradovic Square, King Tomislav Square, Nikola Subic Zrinski Square, Marshal Tito Square, Masarykova Square and Jurisic Street. Ante Starcevic Square extends near King Tomislav Square, named after King Tomislav, who was the first Croatian King. The brave warlord defended mainland Croatia from the conquest of the Hungarians and for the first time united the Croatian provinces into one country. From the square there is a magnificent view of the Hotel Esplanade, which was built in 1925. The original purpose of the hotel was to provide top accommodati ...
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07. Oct 2019
Zagreb - Strossmayer square
Zagreb is a city with many markets, from which the most popular and visited is Ban Jelacic Square. At first is was named Madusevac, after the spring where the fountain is now and later was called Harmica. The square represents the heart of Zagreb and the main meeting point for local people. The famous squares are also Mark's Square with the parish church, Nikola Subic Zrinski Square, King Tomislav Square, Josip Juraj Strossmayer Square, Marshal Tito Square and other. Strossmayer Square is spread across the area near the Academy. It used to be called Academy Square, since the building of Academy is located right in the market place. Its construction and appearance were determined ...
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